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  • House Prosecutors Use Inflammatory Rhetoric to Accuse Trump of Incitement

    02/04/2021 6:37:01 AM PST · by Salohcin · 12 replies
    Liberty's Corner ^ | 2/3/2021 | Nicholas Forte
    The House impeachment managers on Tuesday released a written brief of their case against former president Trump. The main charge the Democrats have against Trump in next week’s Stalinist show trial is that his use of inflammatory language is tantamount to a call for violence. It is beyond ironic and hypocritical then that in its brief that the House managers used extremely inflammatory language (highlights added) in its own arguments: "The only honorable path at that point was for President Trump to accept the results and concede his electoral defeat. Instead, he summoned a mob to Washington, exhorted them into...
  • Rare COVID-19 related illness rising in Louisiana, 4 children dead (bang the drum)

    08/11/2020 12:08:40 PM PDT · by bitt · 25 replies
    fox8live ^ | 8/10/2020 | By Rilwan Balogun
    NEW ORLEANS, La. (WVUE) - Children or young people who get COVID-19 in most cases don’t have severe symptoms or are asymptomatic. But in rare cases, there’s a COVID-related condition that could cause serious complications, Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children or MIS-C. "Two of the four deaths that we've had from the syndrome in Louisiana were preciously health kids, who did not have underlying health conditions," said Dr. Joseph Kanter of the Louisiana Department of Health and Office of Public Health. Kanter says the syndrome has been found to impact coronavirus patients who are younger than 21-years-old. He says the...
  • Strength of Link Between COVID-19 and Child Inflammatory Syndrome Uncertain: Infectious Disease Expert

    05/19/2020 12:48:30 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 9 replies
    Epoch Times ^ | 05/19/2020 | Kevin Hogan
    While some scientists have drawn a link between COVID-19 and the recent emergence of a rare inflammatory syndrome in children, some media reports and officials have overstated the certainty and nature of that link. “We know that we don’t have all the data yet on this and it’s important that we actually prove causation before we definitively try and discuss this link,” said Dr. Amesh A. Adalja, an infectious disease expert at Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security. “I would not be surprised if there is a link, but it hasn’t been proven yet,” he told NTD in an interview....
  • Source: Strzok Hadn’t Seen Evidence Of Collusion After 10 Months On Russia Probe

    01/26/2018 10:37:00 AM PST · by mojito · 78 replies
    Daily Caller ^ | 1/26/2018 | Chuck Ross
    After 10 months of leading the FBI’s Trump-Russia investigation, counterintelligence official Peter Strzok had not seen compelling evidence that President Trump or high-level campaign officials colluded with the Russian government, according to a person familiar with his thinking. That account comports with a May 19, 2017 text exchange between Strzok and FBI lawyer Lisa Page that was released earlier this week. “You and I both know the odds are nothing. If I thought it was likely, I’d be there no question. I hesitate in part because of my gut sense and concern that there’s no big there there,” Strzok wrote...
  • Tumor necrosis factor found to directly regulate blood pressure

    04/06/2017 10:06:58 AM PDT · by Red Badger · 23 replies ^ | April 6, 2017 | Provided by: University of Toronto
    Investigators at the Ted Rogers Centre for Heart Research have discovered a surprising new role for tumor necrosis factor (TNF): namely, that it is a major regulator of small blood vessel function, the key determinant of blood pressure. The study is published online today in Nature Communications. TNF has long been tied to inflammation, giving rise to the use of anti-TNF medications for chronic inflammatory diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis and IBS. Now, after years of studying TNF's cell signaling functions in the vascular system, researchers found that TNF directly impacts how the smallest arteries constrict - and thus...
  • CBS News: Quranic quote "Inflammatory"

    01/09/2013 9:31:33 PM PST · by Nachum · 6 replies
    Atlas Shrugs ^ | 1/9/13 | Pamela Geller
    CBS calls our ads "inflammatory"? That's half right. The ad is not inflammatory. But the quote is. It has inspired mass murder for centuries. But CBS didn't mean that. The CBS headline says that the ad is "inflammatory." Inflammatory? Because it violates the sharia (do not criticize Islam)? Because it might inflame devout Muslims to riot, kill and burn embassies as they did over a cartoon or youtube video? Our ads are accurate. September 11th was inflammatory. The calls for jihad in the quran are inflammatory. Ethnic cleansing in the cause of Islam is inflammatory. The jihad in Sudan is...
  • Blue Cheese May Be Good for Your Health, Study Suggests

    12/22/2012 10:54:59 PM PST · by nickcarraway · 21 replies
    Global Post ^ | December 21, 2012 | Alexander Besant
    A study by the UK-based biotech company Lycotec found that blue cheese may have anti-inflammatory properties that protect against many diseases. Blue cheeses like Roquefort and Bleu d'Auvergne are being credited with helping reduce cardiovascular disease in France. A studyby the UK-based biotech company Lycotec found that blue cheese may have anti-inflammatory properties that protect against many diseases. The anti-inflammatory properties increased the longer the cheese was ripened, said the Globe and Mail. AFP reported that the benefits of the cheese work best in the gut and just underneath the skin, which may help slow signs of aging. The researchers...
  • White House holds off on releasing Osama bin Laden death photos

    05/03/2011 1:24:19 PM PDT · by jessduntno · 50 replies
    LATTE Times ^ | Today | By James Oliphant and Lisa Mascaro
    By James Oliphant and Lisa Mascaro May 3, 2011, 11:33 a.m. The White House on Tuesday continued to refuse to make public gruesome photos affirming Osama bin Laden’s death, despite calls from some corners among politicians, the families of 9/11 victims and some skeptics for it to do so. "There are sensitivities here in terms of the appropriateness of releasing photographs," said White House spokesman Jay Carney, who added that the photos of Bin Laden's corpse "could be inflammatory."
  • Flashback: "We would stone Henry Hyde to death ... kill their wives and their children!"

    01/09/2011 10:45:09 AM PST · by Republican Wildcat · 20 replies
    Media Research Center ^ | 12/15/1998 | MRC
    Serious political commentary that should be condemned, or a humorous skit? As reports circulating the Internet have asserted, on Friday’s Late Night with Conan O’Brien on NBC actor Alec Baldwin jumped from his chair to scream "We would stone Henry Hyde to death and we would go to their homes and we’d kill their wives and their children!" Baldwin is a well-known defender of Clinton who held a fundraiser for him last summer at his Long Island home. Monday night on CNBC’s Upfront Tonight he charged that "the ultimate goal" of impeachment advocates "is what I would call ‘election nullification’"...
  • An Imaginary Conversation with Seymour Hersh

    04/11/2006 7:21:17 AM PDT · by genefromjersey · 7 replies · 454+ views
    The Morning Paper | 04/11/06 | vanity
    April Morning Reverie - or- An Imaginary Conversation with Seymour Hersh It's a beautiful April morning , and I'd like to sit out back and enjoy it: (at my age, you never know if you'll see another Spring) ; but I've got other things on my mind. I find myself engaging in an imaginary conversation with "investigative reporter", Seymour Hersh. Me: Good morning, Mr. Hersh . SH: (Expansively) Call me Sy. Everyone else does - and this IS an imaginary conversation. Me: That Iran article of yours in The New Yorker created quite a stir. SH: Which one ? The...
  • The Irrationality and Recklessness of Appeasement - (David Limbaugh on Thomas Friedman)

    06/02/2005 9:17:01 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 9 replies · 606+ views
    For those of you who may be queasy about the way the Bush administration is approaching and prosecuting the War on Terror I invite you to consider, for purposes of contrast, the mindset toward foreign policy that springs from the worldview of liberalism. Generally, I refer you to the contrasting reactions of liberals and conservatives to charges against America. Specifically, I refer you to the May 27 column of liberal media icon Thomas L. Friedman, Middle East "expert" and New York Times columnist extraordinaire. If anything, Friedman is often more reasonable than many of his counterparts on the Left. He...
  • Middle School Teacher In Trouble Over Presidential Photo?

    10/04/2004 8:59:06 AM PDT · by getmeouttaPalmBeachCounty_FL · 68 replies · 1,948+ views - Eyewitness News ^ | October 3, 2004 | By Ken Rosato
    You might say it is a symbol of the Great American Divide, a teacher putting up a picture of President Bush in the classroom. Some say it is partisanship while others say it is patriotism. Rita Bianco, Parent: "Children should know their president and their first lady!" Parents expressing outrage after a teacher is kicked out of her public school for hanging a picture of President Bush next to pictures of other presidents in her classroom.
  • Curing Chronic Illness Can Be Used to Destroy Either Political Party

    02/12/2004 3:20:19 PM PST · by MedicalMess · 25 replies · 1,912+ views
    Rough draft outline of Original experimentation and medical meta-analysis by Douglas R. Griffin | February 12, 2004 | Douglas R. Griffin
    Curing Chronic Illness Can Be Used To Destroy Either Political Party Ladies and Gentlemen: I present to you the world's longest running, and greatest, medical blunder, the cures for incurable diseases, and the Second Coming of Christ. There are 120 million American's with chronic illness. In 1997, researchers at Yale University were studying the clustering of autoimmune disorders in 84 families with Antiphospholipid Antibody Syndrome (APLA). They stated then that if they knew what caused APLA they would know a lot more about many of the other chronic illnesses. At the same time, I was searching the Internet for information...